Pentagon To Relieve Debt Of Most California National Guardsmen
Lawmakers have come up with a compromise as part of the National Defense Authorization Act that calls on the Pentagon to forgive the enlistment bonuses and student loan benefits.
Troops Could See An Even Bigger Pay Raise Than Expected In January
A final bill isn’t likely until after the inauguration. A temporary one could still include a bigger pay raise than troops have had since 2011.
Requiring Women To Register For Draft Won’t Be Part Of 2017 NDAA
House and Senate policymakers plan to shelve the provision in the National Defense Authorization Act in favor of ordering up a study of the issue.
The Military Has A Flight-Readiness Problem That’s Not Going Away
Pilots, maintenance crews, and aircraft are suffering the effects of budget cuts.